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    Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website :)

    Maybe I am reading it wrong and maybe someone made a mistake but there are a lot of Disney movies that say UV on them coming

    http://www.blu-ray.com/uv/releasedat...r=2013&month=9

    October has a few good ones

    http://www.blu-ray.com/uv/releasedat...=2013&month=10

    Looks like http://www.blu-ray.com/uv/Peter-Pan-UltraViolet/3439/ is the first one. August 20th

    /crosses fingers

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    Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

    Originally posted by Ruinit View Post
    Maybe I am reading it wrong and maybe someone made a mistake but there are a lot of Disney movies that say UV on them coming

    http://www.blu-ray.com/uv/releasedat...r=2013&month=9

    October has a few good ones

    http://www.blu-ray.com/uv/releasedat...=2013&month=10

    Looks like http://www.blu-ray.com/uv/Peter-Pan-UltraViolet/3439/ is the first one. August 20th

    /crosses fingers
    Sorry.

    I posted a thread on the same topic before I saw you had this one.

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      #3
      Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

      Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
      Sorry.

      I posted a thread on the same topic before I saw you had this one.
      We prolly the only two people awake and scouring the internet for new UV info anyway ... lol

      I don't think this forum lets you delete posts.

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        Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

        Just in time for the 50% off D2D promotion to end

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          #5
          Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

          Originally posted by replica145 View Post
          Just in time for the 50% off D2D promotion to end
          UV don't mean D2D but I see your point ... but hey baby steps. Disney + UV will be great by itself.

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            Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

            Here is a list of Disney UV Titles from the blu-ray.com site and their UV release dates:
            1. "Marry Poppins" (1964) - Dec. 10th
            2. "Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year" (2002) - Nov. 5th
            3. "Mickey's Christmas Carol" (1983) - Nov. 5th
            4. "Monster's U" (2013) - Oct. 29th
            5. "Cars" (2006) - Oct. 29th
            6. "The Lone Ranger" (2013) - Oct. 15th
            7. "The Little Mermaid" (1989) - Oct. 1st
            8. "Ironman 3" (2013) - Sept. 24th
            9. "The Nightmare Before Christmas" (1993) - Sept. 10th
            10. "Peter Pan" (1953) - Aug. 20th
            11. "The Muppet Movie" (1979) - Aug. 13th
            12. "Robin Hood" (1973) - Aug. 6th
            13. "The Sword in the Stone" (1963) - Aug. 6th


            Considering several of these titles are already released and are not UV, it begs the question if blu-ray.com is listing these in the UV category, but they are actually just DigitalCopy+.

            I guess we will know if a press release comes out in the coming days.

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              Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

              Not holding my breath here

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                Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

                Originally posted by replica145 View Post
                Not holding my breath here
                However, it would explain why iTunes was dropped from DigitalCopy+ for the last three titles.

                Maybe they are getting ready to announce they have joined DECE.

                I am beginning to get my hopes up. It is all seeming to make sense.

                tLR link actually shows a UV logo on the cover.

                LINK:
                http://www.blu-ray.com/uv/The-Lone-R...raViolet/3039/

                that is pretty damn encouraging.

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                  Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

                  Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
                  However, it would explain why iTunes was dropped from DigitalCopy+ for the last three titles.

                  Maybe they are getting ready to announce they have joined DECE.

                  I am beginning to get my hopes up. It is all seeming to make sense.

                  tLR link actually shows a UV logo on the cover.

                  LINK:
                  http://www.blu-ray.com/uv/The-Lone-R...raViolet/3039/

                  that is pretty damn encouraging.
                  All the ones I see have the actual UV logo on them the previous released Disney like Sword in the stone never had a UV logo on them. Hopefully it's not a mistake we shall see! They are after all on a page listed as upcoming UV releases

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                    Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

                    Originally posted by Ruinit View Post
                    All the ones I see have the actual UV logo on them the previous released Disney like Sword in the stone never had a UV logo on them. Hopefully it's not a mistake we shall see! They are after all on a page listed as upcoming UV releases
                    I agree. Very encouraging.

                    The next milestone to confirm it would be some press release or an industry reporter confirming.

                    So far, google searches do not show any confirmation to the blu-ray.com classifications of the titles being UV.

                    If it is true, that should change in the coming days and we should have an independent confirmation or two.

                    This would be a major industry event that would for sure get lots of coverage in the press.

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                      Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

                      I hate to poo poo on the hope here, but I can almost guarantee this isn't going to happen. Blu-ray.com lets the members contribute submissions of movies to their database. You'd be surprised how many members post incorrect or duplicate submissions. I'm a top contributor to that database and unless that member is somehow associated to Disney's insider info he might just be trying to pad his submission score.

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                        Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

                        Originally posted by MoWeb View Post
                        I hate to poo poo on the hope here, but I can almost guarantee this isn't going to happen. Blu-ray.com lets the members contribute submissions of movies to their database. You'd be surprised how many members post incorrect or duplicate submissions. I'm a top contributor to that database and unless that member is somehow associated to Disney's insider info he might just be trying to pad his submission score.
                        argh!

                        thx for the info...

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                          Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

                          Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
                          argh!

                          thx for the info...
                          Sorry about that Walter but you'll see for sure on Tuesday when Peter Pan is released and not UV. I hope I'm wrong but I'm 99% sure it won't happen. We still have the 1% hope though.

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                            Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

                            Originally posted by MoWeb View Post
                            I hate to poo poo on the hope here, but I can almost guarantee this isn't going to happen. Blu-ray.com lets the members contribute submissions of movies to their database. You'd be surprised how many members post incorrect or duplicate submissions. I'm a top contributor to that database and unless that member is somehow associated to Disney's insider info he might just be trying to pad his submission score.

                            Well if that's the case he should be banned for misinformation ... lol

                            It's just that how would you get the cover art, Photoshop I guess

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                              Re: Disney going UV? Looks like it from this website

                              Sadly, anyone can paste a UV logo on an image (that's how the Lone Ranger link looked). And, as often occurs, someone could be mistaking Vudu availability for UV availability, an easy mistake.

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